1991 Volkswagen GTI Consumer Discussions
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I recently test drove the 2010 GTI and was blown away. It's everything I want in a car....

Bought a Passat wagon a year ago(2002 model)and have not problems so far. Today my 1991 GTI's odometer clicked over to 220,000 miles which isn't bad in light of the fact that GTI's weren't rated very...

I'm thinking of buying a Passat Wagon but hearing the horror stories of some unfortunate Passat owners has me hesitating. I have owned 3 VW's one of which is a 1991 GTI that I currently drive and it h...

But since you brought up issues about your GTI then I will too. I have a 1991 GTI with 220,000 miles on it and would you believe that I actually had to replace the alternator at 206,000 miles and new...

The Tiptronic in the Tugian is not the DSG that is offered in the GTI and Audi. It is just a fancy word for a slush box for poseur boy racer who can't manage to work with 3 pedals. You want fancy, dri...

thousand miles) and continue to drive my 1991 VW GTI 8v, with 216,000 miles! Never had to spend more that $1200 at any time, unless it was for tires/rims/stereo more than 15 years ago....

I don't know what Clapp VW in Indiana has available, but they had an ad in the paper today for "$99 over invoice* (* Beetle and Passat not included)--in stock vehicles only." The ad showed ...

I go with what works for me. By the way, my 1991 GTI has over 212,000 miles on it and have only replaced belts and the alternator(@ 207k miles).I'm still on the original clutch too. Not bad consider...

The current (5th) generation, the Rabbit/GTI in North America, Golf everywhere else....
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